Spiritualized to release 'And Nothing Hurt,' first album in six years

Experimental band Spiritualized has announced their first new music in six years. Largely an individual effort for the band's singer Jason Pierce, Spiritualized's album And Nothing Hurt will be released on Sept. 7 following two new songs to accompany the announcement.

Pierce, also known as J. Spaceman, recorded the album in his London home but took pieces to an actual studio (drums and percussion). The recording was a learning curve for Pierce as he went along bit by bit for months, versus having the immediate knowledge or shortcuts others have. Spiritualized released two songs, the double A-side "I'm Your Man / A Perfect Miracle" along with a video for "I'm Your Man" (seen above). "Man" was premiered on BBC 6 on June 11 and both songs are just colossal as can be expected.

And Nothing Hurt follows Spiritualized's 2012 album Sweet Heart Sweet Light which contained material the band had been playing three years before its release. Though they played new material, fans had little information on any of the album's content until Oct. 2011 when the band would play it in its entirety at Royal Albert Hall (UK).

Along with announcing new music, Spiritualized will play Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York on Oct 11. Tickets for the event go on sale June 15 at 11 a.m. and AXS has tickets for the show here. Prices range from $39.50 to $89.50 and the show is open to all ages.

Listen to the double A-side "I'm Your Man / A Perfect Miracle" below.